Annie Lööf is so far the only party leader who has spoken about international cooperation and global democracy issues during Almedalen Week
Of: Isabella Hjorth
On Tuesday morning, Annie Lööf will give her Almedal speech where she will focus on what she calls "liberal democracy". She talks about freedom of expression, human rights and climate change, both in and outside Sweden.
July 6, 2021, News
Collaborations, technology and a working individual are Annie Lööf's recipes for a safe and sustainable world. Photo: Center Party
Of: Deborah Solomon, Elin Haglund and Louise Christianson
In her Almedal speech, the Center Party's Annie Lööf gave a gloomy picture of the world around her, with insecurity and climate change in focus. But with the help of technology, collaborations and a working individual, much can be improved, she said.
July 5, 2019, Analysis
Photo: Poltikerveckan Almedalen, Flickr
Of: Fanny Persson Jaunzems, Amanda Herrström and Sumudu Lankika Ginigath Gala
Annie Lööf's party leadership speech is permeated by a shaky seriousness with emphasis on the threat from extremism and climate change. In addition to emphasizing the importance of cooperation, maintaining values and innovation, few examples are given of how threats should be addressed.
July 5, 2018, Almedalen - current, Chronicle
Photo: Hamid Ershad Sarabi, WikiMediaCommons
Of: Kerstin Lundgren
Individuals' freedom to decide over their own lives forms the basis of the world the Center Party wants to see. That is why we stand up for the XNUMX% target in development aid, prioritize the poorest countries and want more money to go to local actors who know their communities. Local and equal participation is crucial for development, writes the Center Party's foreign policy spokesperson Kerstin Lundgren.
June 11, 2018, Debate